Canadian Cattle Industry Finds Upside To BSE Crisis

CANADA - After two years of anxiety and uncertainty, cattle producers across the country are gearing up for a brighter fall in the firm belief that the mad-cow crisis has strengthened their industry at home. The U.S. border recently opened to young Canadian cattle destined for slaughter, but a stronger Canadian dollar, and new and expanded packing plants have prevented a mass dash south, says the Canadian Cattlemen's Association (CCA).

Source: CattleNetwork
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